The Photojournalism Hub is a not for profit community group that uses Photojournalism to address and engage people to human rights abuses and social justice issues and it connects Photojournalism to action for policy change by training individuals and organisations to expose social justice issues.
The Photojournalism Hubis a not for profit community group that promotes, advances and provides training in high quality photojournalism
The Photojournalism Hub trains local community groups and individuals to advocate for social justice through a photography and citizen led programme called Visual Citizen Journalism. A course helping to present and address social justice issues for policy changes through visual evidence, photo stories and active citizen journalism.
The Photojournalism Hub organises Photojournalism Exhibitions, Talks, Events and fosters dialogue and collaboration in the development of in-depth journalistic investigative research on human rights violations.
The activities of the Photojournalism Hub focus on bringing together communities, advocates, researchers, journalists, photojournalists, criminal justice teams, and all those interested in the advancement of fair and independent journalism to raise awareness, advocate and deliver recommendations on today’s national and international social justice issues.
Our mission is to use Photojournalism to address and engage people to human rights abuses and social justice issues and develop concrete positive outcomes for vulnerable communities and individuals through awareness and policy change.
Our vision is to establish a worldwide photojournalism centre that promotes, develops and supports photojournalism work with the objective of generating positive and concrete impact.
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